Thursday, June 15, 2006

Good point

  • A USA Today article focuses on a "wave" of antiwar books:
At Rainy Days Books in Kansas City, Kan., bookseller Geoffrey Jennings says publishers' tilt against the war isn't surprising: "Those who are not in power tend to be more critical of those who are in power. Conversely, the people in power are using their power; they're not writing books."

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